Click HERE to go to the California Secretary of State’s Voter Registration Website
SIERRA COLLEGE REGISTRATION
We register voters on alternating weekly between Wednesday and the Tuesday registration teams. We are on campus from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. If you are interested in registering young voters, providing voting information and just talking politics in a friendly, nonconfrontational, and upbeat way we would love to have you join us. If you are interested in joining the Tuesday team contact firstname.lastname@example.org or for Wednesday’s contact email@example.com. We have also received approval to register voters on the Grass Valley campus, and we will be partnering with our fellow Nevada County Democrats to register students there.
Also, last year the Sierra College registration teams posted interesting information about our casual student polls. They haven’t had time to conduct polls yet this year, but hope to do so when they have been on campus longer.
GET OUT THE VOTE
We also have a Progressive Neighborhood Project to help volunteers to reach out to their neighbors to GOTV (Get Out the Vote). We provide the voter registration forms and will train you.
VOTE FROM HOME
In California, any registered voter may vote using a vote-by-mail ballot instead of going to the polls on Election Day. To request a vote-by-mail ballot for a single election or to request a vote-by-mail ballot for all elections (permanent vote-by-mail voting), follow the simple process described here.
Join our Voter Outreach Committee and Get Out the Vote
Our Voter Registration / Outreach Committee hopes to start meeting again soon. Please check back for more information.
FIND YOUR POLLING PLACE
Click HERE to find your polling place and to see the Sample Ballot for the next election in Placer County.
SEE YOUR SAMPLE BALLOT
Click HERE to see the Sample Ballot or to find your polling place for the next election in Placer County.
WHAT HAPPENS IF I VOTE BY MAIL?
IF when you registered to vote, you initialed the “Vote By Mail” option on your registration form, you will receive your ballot approximately 29 days prior to the election. To Vote, follow the instructions on the ballot.
WHAT DO I DO IF MY VOTE BY MAIL BALLOT HAS NOT ARRIVED?
IF you have not received your ballot by 20 days before the election contact your County Clerk’s office and explain the problem.
CAN I VOTE AT THE POLLING PLACE EVEN IF I HAVE A VOTE BY MAIL BALLOT?
YES! If you prefer to vote at your polling place and you have received a “Vote by Mail” ballot, then take that ballot to the Polling place and request a new ballot. In any event, you may cast a ballot at your polling place on Election Day regardless of any other action you may have taken. It will be a provisional ballot and will be counted last and only IF you have not voted elsewhere in this election.